|Studio album by Tom Robinson Band|
|Recorded||December 13, 1978-December 19, 1979
Rockfield Studios, Wales
|Label||Razor & Tie
|Tom Robinson Band chronology|
|Robert Christgau||(A-) |
TRB Two (also known as TRB2) is the second studio album by Tom Robinson Band. It was recorded days after the original drummer, Dolphin Taylor, had left the band. The TRB disbanded four months after the release. Steve Ridgeway was responsible for the cover design. The album was dedicated to Mrs. Mary Towers, the mother of Liddle Towers. Liddle Towers was an amateur boxer who had died in police custody the previous year - his case was the subject of the song "Blue Murder".
All tracks composed by Tom Robinson; except where indicated
- "All Right All Night" (Robinson, Kustow, Dolphin Taylor)
- "Why Should I Mind?" (Robinson, Kustow)
- "Black Angel"
- "Let My People Be"
- "Blue Murder"
- "Bully for You" (Robinson; music: Peter Gabriel)
- "Crossing Over the Road" (Robinson, Kustow)
- "Sorry, Mr. Harris"
- "Law & Order" (Robinson, Nick Plytas, Taylor; lyrics: Robinson, Taylor)
- "Days of Rage" (Robinson, Taylor)
- "Hold Out"
- Tom Robinson - vocals, bass
- Danny Kustow - guitar, vocals
- Ian "Quince" Parker - keyboards, vocals on "Law & Order"
- Preston Heyman - drums, background vocals
- Carol Grimes, Kasim Sulton, Niamh Chambers, Barry St. John - backing vocals
- Bill Price - preparation